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Experts in design, development and implementation of computer and business information systems. Also project management issues, functional process and deployment issues, failed projects, practical contract disputes, vendor negotiations and mitigations.
The listings below are all Information Technology expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsContext Corporation
Mount Vernon, WA
World class consultant, educator and author with 40+ yearsâ experience in telecom. Offer full range of expert services including pre-litigation analyis, prior art research, Markman preparation, expert report preparation and testimony. Experienced in intellectual property (patent, TM, SM), contract disputes, the TCPA (junk fax and Automatic Telephone Dialing Systems in support of voice calling and text messaging) and many telecom-related matters.
Leon A. Kappelman, Ph.D.
Research scientist, educator and consultant, have served as an expert witness in federal, state and local courts on failed software development and/or implementation projects, as well as high-tech intellectual property disputes concerning patents, copyrights, and trade secrets.
Global Digital Forensics
Global Digital Forensics specializes in the Forensic Analysis of all types of digital assets and media (Computer Forensics) for corporate clients, law firms and government agencies.
Arlington Heights, IL
Mr. Wener has extensive experience in providing expert witness services regarding project management related cases, IT operations and systems implementation issues in all industries. He has specific experience project management and in the health care, manufacturing and distribution industries. He is certified in HIPAA assessments and training and has provided expert witness and litigation support services for HIPAA related cases. References are available.
Techpar Group LLC
Spring Valley, NY
Jay Rothstein has more than thirty years of experience in information technology and procurement with an emphasis on Software Procurement in Financial Services. In his career, Jay has participated in the negotiation of approximately 200 technology procurement contracts, primarily as the lead negotiator and/or cross functional team lead. Approximately 100 of those contracts were for software. Jay is currently serving as an expert witness for litigation on Software Procurement. Mr. Rothstein has been a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) since 2006. He has participated as a consultant in internal audits on regulatory regimens and information technology at Fannie Mae, HSBC, Citigroup, and the Bank of China. Jay earned his Bachelor's Degree cum laude from Harvard in History and Literature and his Masters Degree from Columbia in Linguistics. He has published articles in Information Technology, and Procurement and Audit.
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